The service at the hotel you just stayed perhaps was not really good.
Your friend’s experience at the same property, on the other hand, was
spot on. Why the disparity? It may be more than chance. While good
service at a hotel, even a pricey one, isn’t a guarantee, there are a
few ways to increase your odds of getting treated well.
Jumia Travel shares some of these ways.
the right hotel goes a long way in your interpretation of service. It’s
possible to spend N100,000 a night in two different hotels and have
completely different service experiences because these hotels have
different service philosophies. Hence, ensure that you choose the right
property to avoid stories that touch!
way toward a sterling service experience. Let them know why you’re
coming, and what kind of experience you’re looking for.
housekeeping missed cleaning your room, you should lodge a complaint to a
superior. These things happen, even at the best hotels, and informing
the hotel’s manager immediately when something goes wrong will help you
get a quick resolution.
the best rate and even free breakfasts. It is worthwhile.
budget and mid-level properties often don’t. It’s therefore unreasonable
to stay at a three-star property and expect the staff to run around for
you because they’re not necessarily trained in providing individualized
service. That doesn’t mean you can’t have a good experience at a budget
hotel. You should just be reasonable with your desires and demands
before you book.
23-man list for Russia 2018
On June 3, 20184:08 pmIn Sports8 Comments
Abuja – Super Eagles’ Head Coach Gernot Rohr on Sunday in London
released his final list of players for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in
Russia, with minimal surprise.
The squad, since being pruned to 30 last month and subsequently to 26
last week, has been the usually expected names with only a few
Nigeria vs England
Nigeria team (Back row L-R) Nigeria’s midfielder John Obi Mikel,
Nigeria’s defender William Troost-Ekong, Nigeria’s defender Leon
Balogun, Nigeria’s midfielder Victor Moses, Nigeria’s midfielder Joel
Obi and Nigeria’s goalkeeper Francis Uzoho, (Front row L-R) Nigeria’s
striker Odion Ighalo, Nigeria’s defender Shehu Abdullahi, Nigeria’s
midfielder Alex Iwobi, Nigeria’s midfielder Ogenyi Onazi and Nigeria’s
defender Bryan Idowu line up for a pre-game photograph ahead of the
International friendly football match between England and Nigeria at
Wembley stadium in London on June 2, 2018. / AFP PHOTO
Mikel Agu, Moses Simon and Ola Aina who were dropped in London, with the
exclusion of Simon, might not have been a surprise since they have
dropped to being fringe players.
The exclusion of Simon on his part, in view of past performances, should
have been a surprise, if not for his injury worries.
But the inclusion of Simeon Nwankwo who made his debut just last week is
a surprise one, given that he has got the nod to be in Russia ahead of
many older members of the national set-up.
However, from the trio of goalkeepers to the pack eight defenders led by
the duo of William Troost-Ekong and Leon Balogun, the squad is largely
Aside from new-boy Bryan Idowu and Chidozie Awaziem, all others have
always been part of the national team.
And, from the six midfielders which included team captain Mikel Obi to
the forwards led by team veteran Ahmed Musa and Victor Moses, no major
shock has been witnessed.
It is now left for the technical crew to use Tuesday’s friendly with the
Czech Republic in Austria, and the days before June 16, to fine-tune
The Super Eagles who have not made it beyond the last 16 in five
appearances at the World Cup will open their Russia 2018 campaign
against Croatia on June 16.
The tournament starts on 14 June, with Nigeria drawn with Argentina,
Iceland and Croatia in Group D.
The Full Squad:
Goalkeepers: Francis Uzoho (Deportivo La Coruna, Spain), Ikechukwu
Ezenwa (Enyimba, Nigeria), Daniel Akpeyi (Chippa United, South Africa)
Defenders: William Troost-Ekong and Abdullahi Shehu (Bursaspor, Turkey),
Tyronne Ebuehi (Ado Den Haag, Holland), Elderson Echiejile (Cercle
Brugge KSV, Belgium), Bryan Idowu (Amkar Perm, Russia), Chidozie Awaziem
(Nantes FC, France), Leon Balogun (Brighton, England), Kenneth Omeruo
Midfielders: Mikel Obi (Tianjin Teda, China), Ogenyi Onazi (Trabzonspor,
Turkey), Wilfred Ndidi (Leicester City, England), Oghenekaro Etebo (Las
Palmas, Spain), John Ogu (Hapoel Be’er Sheva, Israel), Joel Obi
Forwards: Ahmed Musa (CSKA Moscow, Russia), Kelechi Iheanacho (Leicester
City), Victor Moses (Chelsea, England), Odion Ighalo (Changchun Yatai,
China), Alex Iwobi (Arsenal, England), Simeon Nwankwo (Crotone,
Read more at: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2018/06/rohr-releases-final-23-man-list-russia-2018/